lamp post


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lamp post

A standard support for a luminaire, provided with the necessary internal attachments for wiring and the external attachments for the bracket.
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Municipality is mulling a bar code system to identify a lamp post.
Durham Constabulary, who attended the scene of the crash, say the cause of the collision is not yet known and a spokeswoman for the force added: "The 23-year-old was riding a Lexmoto Arrow 125 when, for an unknown reason, he left the road and collided with a lamp post.
14 -- Question is being posed, as who will compensate, in case of civilian deaths caused by electrocution due to the snapping of cable TV wires, run on the electricity lamp posts of the Ceylon Electricity Board?
The council later attended to remove the lamp post which the car had collided with.
We received a report of an accident on Al Sarayat road near Jumeirah Lake Towers, where a car swerved, hit the curb and the driver lost control and hit a lamp post," Col Al Mazroui said.
In one file it was stated that the cost of one lamp post was ` 27,000, while in other files it appeared that the lamp posts were tendered for about ` 12,000," Batra said.
Residents got told by the workmen that these were just the only stock of lamp posts the right size for the road, but it's hard to believe this.
The heroic bus driver from Jiangshan, in east China's Zhejiang Province, brought the bus to a stop at the side of the road after the collapsed lamp post ruptured his spleen.
Tommy Hollis suffered a devastating head injury when the lamp post toppled over onto his buggy, which was being pushed by his nanny in Chiswick, London, on February 23, 2010.
Double stitched to prevent tearing, each banner features a metal grommet to attach with zip ties to the lamp post.
A TEENAGER has died after crashing her car into a lamp post.
In fact, I feel there should be a litter bin on every lamp post.